The Official 2012 Malaysia GP Race Thread

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dizlexik wrote:
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Jenson's Understeer wrote:Great. So now we have to put up with dumb conspiracy theories about Sauber/Ferrari. Sigh.

It's not a theory, it was a known fact for something around 15 years now (especially 1997 Jerez).

You are pathetic..

Read up Norberto Fontana's story before you say anything, please.

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Could not care less how Ferrari ends(actually don't like Alonso), but some of you guys are living in a alternate universe.
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Bittersweet. So happy for Alonso but gutted for Perez!

Edit: Still a fantastic result for Perez though obviously!
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I have not had much time to spend on this forum for a while due to work and family commitments but I came back today during the race and all seemed well.

Yet not that Ferrari might win and the Sauber has dropped off all the typical conspiracy rubbish comes out again. How sad.

If Perez wanted to let Ferrari win he could have simply slowed his laps times gradually claiming tyre wear. As it is, he ran wide putting his entire race in jeopardy. He could easily have spun, lost a part of the car or done something similar. Not something you would risk on purpose.

And now he's chasing him down again.

Get over the Ferrari conspiracies please!!!!!
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Great drive by Perez, such a shame be lost it though.

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Brilliant, but should have been a win.

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Perez. Amazing. Kamui who?
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FaceLOL wrote:
dizlexik wrote:
FaceLOL wrote:
Jenson's Understeer wrote:Great. So now we have to put up with dumb conspiracy theories about Sauber/Ferrari. Sigh.

It's not a theory, it was a known fact for something around 15 years now (especially 1997 Jerez).

You are pathetic..

Read up Norberto Fontana's story before you say anything, please.

45 or 15 years ago something happened. Get real. More excuses for Perez???
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Ferrari's problem is they've got so much history with underhanded tactics that even an unsubstantiated, circumstantial incident is enough to set tongues wagging. Sad, more than anything else.

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I am very sad for perez

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Alonso!!!!! yussss

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Great race!! Congrats FA and SP!!

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FaceLOL wrote:
dizlexik wrote:
FaceLOL wrote:
Jenson's Understeer wrote:Great. So now we have to put up with dumb conspiracy theories about Sauber/Ferrari. Sigh.

It's not a theory, it was a known fact for something around 15 years now (especially 1997 Jerez).

You are pathetic..

Read up Norberto Fontana's story before you say anything, please.


Yeah cos there were no discussion between McLaren and Williams at the same race were there?!!!!!!!! Move on mate.
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What a drive by sergio perez, but Alonso derserves some credit as well. Talk about talking advantage of oppertunities in what is about the 5th/6th fastest car.

I would very much like to post a facepalm-image, but i really can't find any that express how retarded i think u sauber/ferrari-conspiracytheorists are.

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So close for Perez

Mark runs out of laps after RB fluffs his pits stop :(

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N1SM032 wrote:Alonso!!!!! wussss


Fixed that for ya :D
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Grats to ALonso and Perez, fantastic drive from both. :thumbup: :thumbup: :nod:

Sorry guys.. Alonso won. :-|
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How did Mclaren throw that away?
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Whoever would have bet on that podium correctly would be a very rich man right now!!! :lol:

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Asphalt_World wrote:I have not had much time to spend on this forum for a while due to work and family commitments but I came back today during the race and all seemed well.

Yet not that Ferrari might win and the Sauber has dropped off all the typical conspiracy rubbish comes out again. How sad.

If Perez wanted to let Ferrari win he could have simply slowed his laps times gradually claiming tyre wear. As it is, he ran wide putting his entire race in jeopardy. He could easily have spun, lost a part of the car or done something similar. Not something you would risk on purpose.

And now he's chasing him down again.

Get over the Ferrari conspiracies please!!!!!


Thank you.

Could quite easily have picked up a puncture running off wide, and ended up with only a couple of points. If Ferrari were really forcing Sauber to keep him behind Alonso, they would simply have had him ease off a little. Not put the second place in jeopardy to appease Ferrari. Tell him he needs to back off to save fuel, or something.
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Alonso in current form and in a competitive car would make the WDC's boring...
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Turning point for Sergio's career, surely?

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ozrevhead wrote:If only Redbull didn't stuff up Mark's pitstop :x



Agreed...but Vettel's pitstop is always more important..should have been a podium
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PzR Slim wrote:How did Mclaren throw that away?


Could have been better, but I will settle for that, onwards and upwards.

All the Post Race is gonna be about Sauber throwing over, Mclaren can keep out of the spotlight ...
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chetan_rao wrote:Turning point for Sergio's career, surely?

I think so. :thumbup:
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I only perez braked 0.05 seconds earlier to avoid going off that would have been alot different...


How is lewis this slow??????

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solid drive by Massa

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hows the wdc standing right now?, fonso, hammi, webber?
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There is no way I'd have predicted Alonso leading the championship!

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Congrats to Alonso and Perez.
Least Hammi got 3rd again... he must have had something wrong or else it's a bad sign for Macca that they can glow in quali but look mediocre in the race.

Nice to see Kimi and Senna up there.

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Superb drive from Alonso.

Perez simply great!

If this was the indicator of the current pecking order, then Mercedes ist 5th to 6th at best. So far to "we're way better than last year" :?

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First Mexican on podium in 41 years 8O

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I bet someone had to pop down the shops for that Mexican flag ;)

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Bruno with a very handy 6th slicing his way through the field.

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1. Perez connected to Ferrari
2. Sauber using Ferrari engines
3. On the Radio a message to be careful, they need the points.... was this a sly message?
4. He wasn't catching him after the "mistake" at the same rate he was before......

After Ferrari's history I do not think it is stupid to believe something could be up. We all know what Alonso is prepared to do, like him at McLaren with the leaked details, in Renault with Nelson Piquet, Jr told to spin to bring out a safety car.
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I wonder whose idea it was to keep Perez out till the red flag. That was brilliant.
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scaramoosh wrote:1. Perez connected to Ferrari
2. Sauber using Ferrari engines
3. On the Radio a message to be careful, they need the points.... was this a sly message?

After Ferrari's history I do not think it is stupid to believe something could be up. We all know what Alonso is prepared to do, like him at McLaren with the leaked details, in Renault with Nelson Piquet, Jr told to spin to bring out a safety car.

Oh come on what a load of rubbish. Perez pushed and made a mistake. For God's sake Alonso won and Perez finished second. Get over it.
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Yes, great drive from Senna too...for all his detractors he knew how to bring the car home...and performed some sublime overtaking along the way..
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Dejay wrote:I bet someone had to pop down the shops for that Mexican flag ;)

At this rate they'll re-claim the Alamo! :lol:

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